Guardiola remains 200 minutes behind the European unbeaten record | What’s Up News

London, Apr 7 (EFE) .- Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City stayed, due to Marco Reus’s goal, 207 minutes from equaling the unbeaten record in the Champions League, held by Arsenal in the 2006/2007 season.

Guardiola’s men, who had not conceded a goal since the first day of the group phase, added a total of 788 minutes without conceding, far from the 995 accumulated by the ‘Gunners’ in the 2005/2006 campaign, in which they reached the final in Paris in which they lost to Barcelona.

It was Colombian Luis Diaz with Porto who was the last to score a goal against Manchester City, until this Tuesday Marco Reus, in the 84th minute of the first leg of the quarterfinals, managed to beat Ederson and put an end to the streak in seven encounters.

Arsenal came to add ten with a clean sheet.

Despite this, City had a good result against the Germans. Goals from Kevin De Bruyne and Phil Foden give the English an advantage, who will visit Signal Iduna Park next week with a 2-1 income to defend.

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